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Written by Helen Nathan
A brand new Flossie Crums adventure! Flossie Crums is back with a brilliant adventure, interspersed with some amazing new recipes for children to make, in Flossie Crums and the Royal Spotty Dotty Cake, the third book in the very successful Flossie Crums series. There are eight great cake baking activities for parents and children to do together with clear step-by-step instructions, beautifully illustrated and perfect for children aged 4-8.
There's great excitement in Little Lickington. The village Summer Fete is days away and everyone is going! Flossie Crums is especially excited because one of the stalls is a 'home baked cakes' stand and there's a competition for best cake. Flossie already knows what she's making: her delicious orange and lemon Spotty Dotty Cake! She's determined to win first prize. She is the Royal Baker of the fairy kingdom of Romolonia, after all! Preparations are well under way when the fairies bring Flossie some bad news, King Saffron is very sick and covered in itchy spots! Can Flossie and her little brother Billie come to the rescue again? And will Flossie win the baking prize?
|Publication date:||22nd August 2011|
|Publisher:||Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Anova Books|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
Encouraged by her mother to bake from a very early age, Helen Nathan is dedicated to inspiring an interest in baking amongst children. Now a mother of three daughters herself, she firmly believes ready-to-roll icing is the greatest invention since Playdough and tastes SO much better and that edible glitter really is the icing on the cake. Helen has worked in professional kitchens and also runs her own cookery school. She is the author of the Flossie Crums series. Click here to find more recipes on the Flossie Crums blog.More About Helen Nathan